Overview The MSc Computer Science will provide you with the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge and skills in a range of advanced topics in computer science. A central theme of the programme is the development of mobile and distributed systems for innovative applications.
The programme is designed for graduates in computer science or related areas, who wish to broaden and deepen their knowledge and learn about developments at the forefront of the subject. It provides a robust grounding in key principles and tools, together with a strong focus on industrial applications, and will provide a foundation for either further research or a career applying leading edge technology in industry.
In addition to mobile and distributed systems, the programme explores advanced issues in software development, web science and data mining. A key aspect of the programme philosophy is that the learning experience integrates use of major commercial software - Cisco (networks and distributed systems), SAS (data mining and business intelligence) - with investigation of the wider theoretical context. You will also learn about the skills needed to become a successful entrepreneur in the IT sector.
The programme has two intakes, in September and January, and may be studied in full or part-time mode.
Key Facts * This course will enable you to use state-of-the-art tools and technologies, with a special focus on mobile and distributed systems. * Use key commercial tools, techniques and software such as SAS and CISCO. * This course will act as a foundation for either a high-level career, or research to doctoral level (PhD).
You will normally be expected to hold at least a Second Class Honours degree or equivalent in an appropriate discipline. You will also be considered for entry if you do not have the standard entry qualifications, but can provide evidence of necessary knowledge and skills to successfully enter and complete the course.
Recipient: Birmingham City University
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